Jennifer expects to start college in five years. The school she wants to go to will cost $18,000 per year for the four years (assume payments at end of each year). Her parents started saving $3,000 per year five years ago and will continue to do so for five more years.
How much more will her parents have to invest each year for the next five years to have the funds required for Jennifer's education? Use 7% as the interest rate throughout the problem.
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The PV of school fees = 18000*PVIF(7%,6th year) +18000*PVIF(7%,7th year) = 18000*PVIF(7%,8th year)+ 18000*PVIF(7%,9th year)
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The solution examines when Jennifer expects to start college in five years.